HKDSE 2019: Chinese Language exam questions might have been unexpected, but were not difficult, says Beacon College tutor
Paper 1 (Reading) and 2 (Writing) may have seemed different to past years’ papers, but they were not exactly tricky, according to Chinese tutor Lam Yat-yan.
As Japan's Heisei era ends with Emperor Akihito's abdication: what went into naming the new Reiwa era and why it's important
This month, Japan’s current Heisei era will come to an end when Emperor Akihito steps down and hands over the role to his eldest son, Naruhito.
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has pledged to set aside HK$50 million over the next three years for a smart campus initiative.
As the city's land woes worsen, a new proposal to relocate to North Korea may be the solution.
Timing might have been an issue for some, but if students kept their heads, they should have done well on today's exam
As people can be anonymous online, it gives them more courage to post hate comments, regardless of consequences.
New Marvel Ant-Man and The Wasp: Nano Battle ride at HK Disneyland introduces local actress Jessica Hsuan as in-game character
Ant-Man actor Paul Rudd was also in town for the official launch of the first attraction featuring the nano-sized hero in the world.
Marvel star Paul Rudd stops by Hong Kong Disneyland for launch of new Ant-Man and The Wasp: Nano Battle ride
Team up with Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly as you help S.H.I.E.L.D. protect their tech from the evil Armin Zola and his army of swarmbots.
Kenneth Lau, a tutor at Beacon College, has some useful hints to help you ace the paper - but the ultimate advice is to practise.
Leading Lights: HK startup competition champions create CV app for students that matches them with the perfect internship
The team of four secondary school students built a prototype that curates online CVs and has a search engine for work experiences.